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Social Studies Final

Vocab

QuestionAnswer
leader of the educational reform Horace Mann
one of the first suffragists Elizabeth Cady Stanton
called for the immediate end of slavery William Lloyd Garrison
ex-slave Frederick Douglass
wrote the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
second President John Adams
planned to wear the British down George Washington
lost at Cowpens Banastre Tarleton
John Adams's best advisor Abigail Adams
got John Adams fired Ben Franklin
wanted to destroy Lee's army U.S. Grant
smuggler and business owner John Hancock
guilty of sedition Anne Hutchinson
liked to burn effigies Sam Adams
British Prime Minister William Pitt
lost at the Monongahela Edward Braddock
tricked Washington into attacking French Half King
wrote Common Sense Thomas Paine
won at Camden Charles Cornwallis
started a rebellion in Virginia Nathanial Bacon
Created by: madison.heaton